16 DCL LEVEL

The sighting compass for experienced navigators – used by NATO Forces around the world. Mainly used by the infantry as a soldier’s or officer’s compass.

Additional features include measuring scales for positioning (GPS), graduation in mils and degrees (6400/360), integrated adjuster for magnetic declination, magnifying lens and rubber feet for precision map work. The compass has a luminous graduation ring and markings for compass reading in the dark. Once activated by daylight/flashlight it will give light up to 4 hours of light. The included scale lanyard and slope card makes it easier to quickly make a distance judgement of your route or to plan your route in advance. This model has a circular spirit level (bubble level) to indicate whether a surface is horizontal (level) or vertical.

Article number 36818-9511
Accuracy

± 1° (17.8 mils)

Altitude use

5000m @-15 °C

Clinometer

Yes

Declination adjustment

Yes

Graduation

6400° / 360°

Illumination

4 hours after activation in light

Impact resistance

30g in XYZ directions and free fall from 1.5 m height into gravel

Magnifying lens

Yes

Material

Acrylic/Acetal, PC/ABS, TPU

Patented red/black N/S lines in capsule

Yes

Resolution degrees / mils

2 / 50

Scales

mm, inch

Settling time from 90° angle to complete rest

5 sec

Settling time from 90° angle within ± 3°

2.7 sec

Sighting System

Mirror sighting

Silicon friction feet

Yes

Size

108x64x20

Spirit level

Yes, circular

Temperature operating range

-30 to +60 C

Type of compass

Baseplate, Silva 1-2-3 System Mirror sighting compass

UTM position plotting scales (Romer scales)

1:25k, 1:50k

Variant

Magnetic Equator, Magnetic South, Magnetic North

Water resistance

Waterproof

Weight

86g